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Beudy Gwyn - Pembrokeshire - United Kingdom


Beudy Gwyn
Nr. Trefin
SA62 5AG
Contact: Patrick Skemp
Tel No: 01348 419033 or 0800 247 1379
Sleeps: 6

Beudy Gwyn
Beudy Gwyn


This extremely spacious cottage, has been graded the very maximum 5 Stars by the Welsh Tourism Board. Off the main hallway is a large living room (with television, video , CD stereo system and DVD player). There is an open log burning fire, a mixture of leather and fabric furnishings and again off this room is an extremely light and airy dining room which is open to the rafters , with attractive dining table seating up to ten people (in case any visitors drop by!). This room has patio doors (which can thus be seen on the exterior picture) opening onto a large decking / patio, which has ample outdoor seating if you fancy eating al fresco!

There is a ground floor bedroom with en-suite and a king size bed and its own television. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one a double and one a twin both comfortably furnished. All beds have good quality linen, and extra thick mattresses.The cottage also has a family bathroom (full sized bath with excellent shower over) and another W.C in addition to the en-suite. The kitchen is fully equipped to the highest standards ,as you would expect of a cottage of this quality.

The cottage is well equipped with information folders, advice on the attractions, beaches, walks and perhaps most importantly, eating and drinking establishments. Guests are assured a warm welcome and the highest standards of housekeeping is considered by the owners to be of paramount importance. There is a shed in which bikes may be stored. One pub only 150 yards away, with three more pubs within 2 miles. Provisions/newspapers etc within 35 yards, and 7 restaurants, numerous tea shops and many art studios within 5 miles Electricity, heating and linen is included in the rental.

The cottage has a large garden laid almost exclusively to lawn with a further patio with superb views - see picture taken from here. We are situated on the best part of the St Davids Peninsula within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park One mile down our quiet lane is the acclaimed village of Trevin, (with its own cove on the edge of the village) located on the clifftops between the famous fishing harbours of Porthgain and beautiful Abercastle. Either side of these harbours are a number of sandy beaches, (all within 3 miles) in particular the beautiful Traethllyfn surrounded on 3 sides by cliffs and therefore well sheltered, owned and managed by the National Trust Beyond but within 7 miles in different directions are further beaches, harbours, the town of Fishguard and the village of St Davids, Britains smallest cathedral city. The Pembrokeshire Coast Path, passing through our nearest village, Trefin takes you past all these harbours beaches and coves. Obviously numerous boating activities, in particular to and around the nearby Ramsey Island on whose coves seals bask most of the year.

Rentals displayed based on two person occupancy; extra 40 for third person, 60 for four in all, 80for five persons and 100 for six persons, (or in the case of short breaks 30, 45, 65 and 80 respectively.)

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